Skip to comments.Navy Boards Activists’ Ship: Ex-US Legislator: Call off the Dogs
Posted on 06/30/2009 7:33:39 AM PDT by Tzvi INN.com
Several IDF navy boats intercepted, boarded and took control of a boat of pro-Arab activists trying to break Israeli sovereignty over coastal waters Tuesday afternoon. No one was injured, and an IDF spokesman told Israel National News that no shots were fired.
It was the first time the IDF has boarded one of the boats since the pro-Arab Free Gaza movement began sending ships to Gaza last August.
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>>As the navy surrounded the activists boat, McKinney said by phone from the vessel, “I am extremely angry. We demand that the Israeli government call off their attack dogs.<<
Get real Cindy.
Oh I don’t know. Go ahead and make martyrs of them, we’ll deal with it somehow. Do they have any “Free Tibet” stickers on board also? Or is that meddling?
At the least, “the activists,” including McKinney, are breaching the national, sovereign borders of Israel. Or attempting to become illegal aliens.
Throw the full weight of the law at them.
(I hesitate to post this, at it might be taken as support for such an act - and I definitely am not. This is purely for discussion’s sake.) However, how much McKinney would appreciate similar treatment at her home? Would she call the police who come to her aide “attack dogs?”
Free Gaza is a pro-arab pro-muslim fascist pro-hamas pro-hezbolla outfit. Rather than deport these fine folks, the Israelis should incarcerate them for a time. This might be something that would discourage these idiot psuedo-peaceniks.
If you'd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
Three threads. The question, who were these goods to be delivered to. If Hamas, I don't see how they aren't aiding a designated terror group, a violation of American law.
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